Shepherd And Wedderburn

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ETZ Ltd has appointed Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP to support its plans to reposition the North East of Scotland as a globally recognised integrated energy cluster. Following a competitive tender, Shepherd and Wedderburn has been selected to advise ETZ Ltd on all corporate, property and construction,

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Eilidh Dobson and Iain Drummond comment on legal aspects of the ongoing materials shortage. It will be news to few that the construction industry is experiencing a serious shortage of key materials. The Construction Leadership Council first warned of shortages (in timber, steel, pitched roofing, pla

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The Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) has elected Shepherd and Wedderburn partner Joanna Boag-Thomson as its chair. Ms Boag-Thomson, a media and technology specialist, was first appointed to the SCDI Board in 2019 and was elected vice chair the following year. An acknowledged expe

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Shepherd and Wedderburn has appointed Euan Murray as a partner in its construction and infrastructure team. He brings to the firm and its clients 16 years’ experience advising on the procurement, construction and operation of energy and infrastructure projects across the UK. Mr Murray, who was

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Shepherd and Wedderburn has been awarded the highest attainable accreditations as an Investor in People (IIP) and Investor in Young People (IIYP). The ‘Platinum’ accreditation as an IIP and ‘Gold’ accreditation as an IIYP, awarded by Investors in People, follow an independent

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Shepherd and Wedderburn’s corporate finance team advised on deals with an aggregate value of £7.1 billion in 2020. The team advised on 75 corporate finance transactions globally (excluding deals for the banking sector) – an increase of 18 per cent on its £6 billion aggregate

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Agricultural tenants could benefit from additional protections in the aftermath of the Holyrood elections, writes Hamish Lean. With the Scottish Parliamentary elections looming, Fergus Ewing has been sketching out changes that the SNP are considering to agricultural tenancy legislation if they remai

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Immigration specialist John Vassiliou has joined Shepherd and Wedderburn amid rising demand from clients for business and personal immigration advice following the UK’s departure from the European Union. Mr Vassiliou, who joins the firm from McGill & Co, where he was a partner, brings 10 y

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Dan Traynor discusses people of faith in the LGBTQ+ community, noting the unique challenges they face. Religions across the globe host a variety of views and teaching on the rights and acceptance of LGBTQ+ people, ranging from condemnation to complete acceptance. For this reason, many LGBTQ+ people

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